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Brunel strengths recognised in worldwide subject rankings


Brunel University London's teaching and research has been highly ranked by the Times Higher Education both for computer science and for engineering and technology.

In the Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject's latest update, released today, Brunel was ranked between 176th and 200th best in the world for engineering and technology and between 201st and 250th globally for computer science.

The rankings take into account a range of performance indicators for Higher Education institutions worldwide, encompassing teaching, research, international outlook and industry income. These indicators are combined in a tailored way to give area-specific rankings for a range of subjects, from psychology and engineering to physical sciences, with rankings released over several months. The last update follows on from earlier recognition for education, business and economics, and arts and humanities.

The undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for computer science and for engineering and technology are all delivered by Brunel's College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences, with many of the academics undertaking research of national or international significance.

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